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Vultr is Now Supported on Forge
News / October 02, 2017

Vultr is Now Supported on Forge

Laravel Forge announced last week that Vultr now has first-party support. Vultr, which was founded in 2014, is a very competitively priced cloud option, with servers for as little as $2.50 a month and fifteen datacenters around the world. They join Forge as the fourth provider, along with Linode, DigitalOcean, and AWS.

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Manage Laravel Forge Servers from Android with ForgeApp
News / August 11, 2017

Manage Laravel Forge Servers from Android with ForgeApp

Learn about ForgeApp, a free Android application for managing Laravel Forge servers.

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Manage your Laravel Forge Servers from iOS with Anvil
Development Tools / May 10, 2017

Manage your Laravel Forge Servers from iOS with Anvil

Anvil is a new iOS app created by Zack Warren that allows you to manage your Laravel Forge Servers through you iPhone or iPad.

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Manage your Laravel Forge Sites and Servers through Alfred
Development Tools / April 14, 2017

Manage your Laravel Forge Sites and Servers through Alfred

Since the release of the Forge API developers have started creating a lot of apps and integrations, as well as an unofficial SDK. For those that use Alfred on the Mac, Vince Mitchell, launched a Workflow so you can quickly run many Forge commands right from your desktop. Some of the commands include: forge key …

Laravel Forge PHP SDK
News / April 04, 2017

Laravel Forge PHP SDK

Mohamed Said released a PHP SDK for the Laravel Forge API.

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Laravel Forge API
News / February 28, 2017

Laravel Forge API

Laravel Forge just announced it’s first official API that allows you to create and interact with your servers and sites. This was a highly requested feature and the API includes support for all the features Forge provides including Servers, Services, Daemons, Firewall Rules, Sites, SSL, and more. To get started login to your Forge account …

Laravel Forge adds a new development blog
News / September 29, 2016

Laravel Forge adds a new development blog

Laravel Forge has seen a lot of new improvements over the past few weeks and today they announced a new developer blog so it’s easier to keep up with all the new features. With the launch, it includes two announcement posts, one with the new Custom VPS Load Balancers and from last week a new … Continue reading Laravel Forge adds a new developm... Read more…

Laravel Tutorials / June 01, 2016

Setting up Logrotate for Laravel Forge

Recently I experienced a staging server running out of memory and after researching we found a log file that was 17g! Removing the file cleared it up but it would be nice to not worry about it again. Servers for Hackers has a tutorial on this exact issue: Laravel Forge (and Envoyer) keep your Laravel … Continue reading Setting up Logrotate for Larav... Read more…

Forge Let’s Encrypt Improvements
News / May 20, 2016

Forge Let’s Encrypt Improvements

Today I’ve launched improvements to Forge’s Let’s Encrypt SSL support. From now on, Let’s Encrypt certificates generated via Forge do not require you to manually add a scheduled job to renew them. Instead, Forge will automatically install a renewal script on your server that renews the certificates every week, allowing you to have an SSL … Continue reading Read more…

Laravel Tutorials / March 23, 2016

Setup sFTP on a Forge provisioned server

Freek Van der Herten has a new tutorial on setting up sftp on a Forge box: Most projects are hosted on their separate DigitalOcean droplets provisioned by Forge. Even the smallest droplet has a whopping 20 GB of diskspace. An ftp-server is not installed by default. That’s probably a good thing because ftp is an … Continue reading Setup sFTP on a Forge pro... Read more…